Southland Tournament Odds


KATY, TX (TheSpread) – The 2013 Southland Conference Tournament begins play today. Here is a look at the odds to win this lower-level tournament.

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This Tournament is an 8-team single elimination tournament in staggered format with the top 2 seeds in the semifinals and the next two seeds in the quarterfinals. Two opening round games start the tournament today. Each game is played at the Leonard E. Merrell Center in Katy, Texas, and the tournament runs from March 13-16. According to oddsmakers at, Stephen F. Austin is the favorite, as it has 1/2 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Northwestern State (3/1) and Oral Roberts (9/2).

Stephen F. Austin is the top seed in the tournament. It went 16-2 in conference play and 26-3 overall. Stephen F. Austin has won this tournament one time, back in 2009.

Northwestern State is the No. 2 seed, as it went 15-3 in Southland play and is 21-8 overall. Northwestern State has won this tournament twice, last winning in 2006.

Oral Roberts went 13-5 in conference play and is the No. 3 seed in this tournament. Oral Roberts is 18-13 overall. It has never won this tournament.

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The 2013 Southland Conference Tournament takes place from March 13-16 at the Leonard E. Merrell Center in Katy, Texas. For odds on each team to win the Southland Conference Tournament, see below.

2013 Southland Conference Tournament Odds To Win

SF Austin 1/2 

Northwestern State 3/1 

Oral Roberts 9/2 

Sam Houston State 33/1 

SE Louisiana 33/1 

McNeese State 66/1 

Nicholls State 66/1 

Central Arkansas 250/1

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